Mount Huntington is one of the most aesthetically pleasing mountains in the Alaskan range. Now justly considered a classic climb and well within the range of mid-technically skilled climbers, it is almost a surprise that such a summit remained unclimbed until the mid 1960s. The French climber Lionel Terray led an expedition to the Alaskan range in the spring of 1964 hoping to make a first ascent of the Moose’s Tooth. Upon discovering that a German team (Welsch-Bierl-Hasenkopf-Reichegger) was already in stage to make the Moose’s Tooth’s first ascent, Terray decided to instead take his team to climb neighboring Huntington.
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